With September fast approaching, co-parents with children attending post-secondary school — either in person or virtually — are considering how to split the expenses.
Responsibility for the costs of university/college education, such as tuition, accommodations, meals, and transportation, is usually outlined in a court order or separation agreement. But what happens if the child's campus is offering online classes only in the fall and they decide to stay at home with one parent? Should the parent who's housing and feeding the child receive the money previously allocated for accommodations and food?
In a recent Instagram Live with family law lawyer Steve Benmor, we discussed several scenarios for separated and divorced parents and provided guidance for how to handle post-secondary expenses, fairly and reasonably.
Check out the replay of the IG Live here